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An inexpensive and reliable monitoring station design for use with lightweight, compact data loggersAuthor(s): Ronald S., Jr. Zalesny; Adam H. Wiese; Edmund O. Bauer; William L., Jr. Headlee; Richard B. Hall; A. Assibi Mahama; Jill A. Zalesny
Source: Tree Planters' Notes. 52(1): 32-35.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionWe designed, constructed, and field-tested an inexpensive and reliable monitoring station that can be used with lightweight, compact data loggers. We feel this design, improved three times over 6 yr, could benefit anyone in nursery or field settings interested in acquiring environmental data. We provide step-by-step instructions on the construction of the monitoring station, with the cost of materials at less than $20 per station (not including the data loggers).
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CitationZalesny, Ronald S., Jr.; Wiese, Adam H.; Bauer, Edmund O.; Headlee, William L., Jr.; Hall, Richard B.; Mahama, A. Assibi; Zalesny, Jill A. 2007. An inexpensive and reliable monitoring station design for use with lightweight, compact data loggers. Tree Planters'' Notes. 52(1): 32-35.
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